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A New York state judge on Thursday denied Harvey Weinstein's motion to dismiss criminal charges that he sexually assaulted two women, rejecting the movie producer's argument that the case was tainted by police and prosecutorial misconduct. Belgian publisher Roularta Media Group said it would negotiate exclusively with French businessman Patrick Drahi towards a sale of seven magazines including newsweekly L'Express. President Trump will address the country tonight, on the 18th day of the government shutdown, about border security. Our reporters will cover his statements live.
A New York City mother embraces her leading role in a campaign to return to the days when children played and navigated through life without constant adult supervision. West Brom are persisting with interest in Newcastle United's unsettled midfielder Isaac Hayden. Manager Rafa Benitez is reluctant to lose the former Arsenal player unless he can secure a replacement. Sears will consider a revised takeover bid from chairman Edward Lampert, temporarily staving off a liquidation that would have spelled the end of the 126-year-old U.S. department store operator. Fred Katayama reports. The SP 500 jumped to a three-week high on Tuesday, led by Apple, Amazon, Facebook and industrial shares on bets that the United States and China would strike a deal to end their trade war. US and Brazilian scientists found lower levels of the exercise hormone irisin in the brains of Alzheimer's patients compared with healthy individuals - and say this could pave the way to new treatment. George Soros explains to Reuters' Chrystia Freeland how German Chancellor Angela Merkel's actions in 2008 could lead to the disintegration of the European Union. Consequently, a disorderly default of European sovereignties may lead to a global financial meltdown worse than 2008. He explains his analysis here.